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2020, vol. 148, br. 1-2, str. 87-93
Profil motoričkih sposobnosti dece sa cerebralnom paralizom kao prediktor njihove funkcionalne nezavisnosti u samozbrinjavanju i mobilnosti
Institut za kriminološka i sociološka istraživanja, Beograd

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Ključne reči: cerebralna paraliza; funkcionalno izvršavanje; mobilnost; samozbrinjavanje; motoričke funkcije
Sažetak
Uvod/Cilj Ograničenja mobilnosti i motorički nedostaci su identifikovani kao preovlađujući u kliničkoj slici cerebralne paralize. Cilj istraživanja je da se opiše profil motoričkih sposobnosti dece sa cerebralnom paralizom, koji uključuje grube motoričke, manuelne i bimanuelne fine motoričke funkcije, i da se utvrdi u kojoj meri je njihova funkcionalna nezavisnost u samozbrinjavanju i mobilnosti pod uticajem profila motoričkih sposobnosti. Metode Prigodan uzorak se sastojao od 117 ispitanika sa cerebralnom paralizom (56,4% muškog pola), uzrasta 7-18 godina (M = 13,23, SD = 3,36). Primenjeni su Sistem klasifikacije grubih motoričkih funkcija - proširena i izmenjena verzija, Sistem klasifikacije manuelnih sposobnosti, Bimanuelne fine motoričke funkcije i Test funkcionalne nezavisnosti za decu. Podaci su analizirani deskriptivnom statistikom i hijerarhijskom višestrukom regresijom. Rezultati Kod više od polovine uzorka utvrđeni su različiti nivoi grubih motoričkih, manuelnih i bimanuelnih funkcija. Niža funkcionalna nezavisnost u samozbrinjavanju i mobilnosti je povezana sa većim funkcionalnim ograničenjima. Manuelne sposobnosti su najjači prediktori funkcionalne nezavisnosti u samozbrinjavanju (b = -0,63, p < 0,001), a grube motoričke funkcije najjači prediktori u domenu mobilnosti (b = -0,65, p < 0,001). Zaključak Poboljšanje grubih motoričkih i manuelnih sposobnosti dece sa cerebralnom paralizom je potvrđeno kao jedan od osnovnih preduslova za postizanje veće nezavisnosti i za minimiziranje ili eliminisanje potrebe za asistencijom u mobilnosti i svakodnevnim aktivnostima samozbrinjavanja.
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O članku

jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
DOI: 10.2298/SARH190321077M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 06.03.2020.